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New Fans Toys Not Shockwave Colored Images Show Robot Mode Close Up

By Jack on Friday, December 28, 2012



Fans Toys have released a yet another new image for their NOT Shockwave project. This image gives us a new close-up look a action figure in robot mode. Check out the details on this guy that is being offered in the Masterpiece scale. This figure is slated for release February 2013 $150 USD. Check out the image below for more details on the new release.

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AnimatedPlastic
2012-12-30
12:24 am

I have faith that it will most likely be great...but you know what they say about assuming..... 
Hellscream85
2012-12-30
12:02 am

Still, some alt. mode pics would be nice, I'm still afraid a third party will pull a fast one on us eventually and charge us $150 for what is essentially a large actionmaster. Then again I think the Revoltech enthusiasts wouldn't care too much about that, lol 
MikePrime
2012-12-29
9:51 pm

This is pretty much the G1 toy, it's not trying to be anything else, so I'm sure the alt-mode will look great. 
AnimatedPlastic
2012-12-29
9:48 pm

What's a Laster hand?  
BlackMagnus
2012-12-29
3:33 pm

Released a yet another? And I don't see a source posted? 
Lord_Onslaught
2012-12-28
6:36 pm

Already see two problems with him, the hole right above his laster hand, and his foot, hopefully they will fix those 
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